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Trump admin quietly made asylum more difficult in the US

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Trump administration quietly made it more difficult for immigrants to seek asylum in the US last month, the latest in a series of steps designed to deliver on the President's campaign promise to harshly enforce immigration laws.

Supporters of President Donald Trump's policies say the move cuts off an incentive for migrants to make their way to the US, where they are granted the chance to pursue asylum claims and sometimes build underground lives illegally.

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